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Andrew Watches Movies

Hi, my name is Andrew, and I watch movies. I have watched thousands of movies in my life, and enjoy writing, and talking about them. There is no discrimination based on genre or age here, I watch 'em all, write about them, then podcast about them. Sometimes, I even watch the movies with other people, and have an after movie conversations on the show. I hope everyone enjoys the evolution of this site, and our journey through the film world together.

Feb 28, 2018

Jess and Andrew attended a marathon of new releases this past weekend. From the great to the mediocre, Black Panther, Hostiles, Annihilation, and Game Night was a fun journey that led to some great conversations. We also gave each other nightmares with The Witch. Andrew enjoyed an episode of Black Mirror, and...

Feb 26, 2018

In honor of Oscar Nominee Greta Gerwig, Jess and Andrew devote an episode to discussing her evolution as an artist, starting with her collaborations with Noah Baumbach, and culminating in this past year's Lady Bird.


Film Diary: 

Feb 19, 2018

On this episode, Jess joins me to discuss "Good Time", and best foreign language nominee "On Body and Soul". For the classic film this week, I really sink my teeth into "Night of the Living Dead". Later in the show, Jess returns for an insightful voyage into Lars Von Trier's "Antichrist". It may be one of the most...

Feb 17, 2018

About a month and a half into the podcast, Jess and Andrew take the time to introduce themselves to the audience. We don't talk movies in this episode, we talk about who we are, and why this thing exists in the first place. Hope you enjoy, and think it's better than that flaming pile of movie known as The...

Feb 15, 2018

Over the last month, Jess and I explored a couple Akira Kurosawa Samurai epics, the genre that he is known best for, but not the only type of movies he did. In today's episode, we explore 4 of his post-war, modern Japanese films. Drunken Angel (1948), Stray Dog (1949), Ikiru (1952), and High and Low (1963) kept us...